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  • More All Black angst… unfortunately, Chris is right…. “All Black coach Graham Henry and his cohorts should be sacked. Enough is enough…. Bloemfontein was the portent, Durban the nadir. The memories from South Africa will centre on Neemia Tialata’s lumbering 20m drop out and Piri Weepu hurling the ball back to no one near his goal line. That’s if you can get past the image of Joe Rokocoko trying to run the ball into the field of play, as if he’d woken up and found himself in an NRL game.”

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